Grimm

Season 1 Episode 6

The Three Bad Wolves

6
Aired Friday 9:00 PM Dec 09, 2011 on NBC
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Episode Summary

A fire reveals a longstanding family feud and brings Munroe face-to-face with his past. Meanwhile, Nick has to keep everything from going up in flames.

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  • Little Pig, Little Pig, Let me in!

    7.0
    I enjoyed this one far more than I have the previous two. The classic tale of 'The Three Little Pigs' is familiar to us all and it was quite enjoyable to watch, especially the amusing part in the beginning when the house blew up and the owner announced that his brother had met his end just a month earlier.



    Again, Monroe stole the show, as he is by far and away the best actor and he has excellent comic timing. Nick still needs to improve a lot, but I'm hoping he will.



    One of the things that is getting a little 'old' is the fact that just about every second person seems to be some kind of creature rather than an actual human being. It's a bit annoying, even Buffy didn't have to deal with this many monsters on a weekly basis!



    All in all, not a bad episode. I shall be watching again next week.moreless
  • The Three Bad Wolves

    10
    The Three Bad Wolves was a perfect and very entertaining episode of Grimm and I really enjoyed watching this episode because it put an awesome twist on the classic tale of the Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf. The production quality, cinematography, special effects, and editing were awesome. The story was well written, the actors were superb and the sets were perfect. I really like the progress of the series so far and this episode really added to the complexity of the characters. I look forward to watching the next episode!!!!!!!!!moreless

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Monroe: You can wash up in there. My aim is to keep the toilet clean.
      Hap: Cool.
      Monroe: Your aim will help.

    • Hank: Then I guess you wouldn't want to spend a little time in protective custody.
      Angelina: Yeah, right. Me and a couple of cops holed up in a hotel room. Sounds like some good times to me.

    • Monroe: Why do you gotta act like such a hard ass?
      Angelina: You liked my hard ass pretty good last night.

  • NOTES (2)

    • Injoke: The arson investigator is named after Orson Pig, the main character in U.S. Acres, the cartoon strip created by Jim Davis, also the creator of Garfield.

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: December 9, 2011 on CTV
      Australia: February 8, 2012 on FOX8
      UK: March 19, 2012 on Watch
      Czech Republic: October 22, 2012 on Prima COOL
      Germany: March 18, 2013 on Vox

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Wu: Believe it or not, Bugs Bunny.
      Referencing the cartoon rabbit created in 1938, voiced by Mel Blanc. The wisecracking gray rabbit has appeared in numerous animated shorts, movies, TV shows, and comic books. While avoiding nemeses like Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam, Bugs wisecracks his way through a series of adventures, chewing a carrot and reciting his catchphrase, "What's up, Doc?"

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